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Restaurant Spotlight: Galaxy Hut

August 27, 2014 5:59 PM0 comments

With vintage arcade games as dinner tables, quirky comic strips on the walls and a diverse stream of music playing, Galaxy Hut is a no-frills chill spot for anyone looking for delicious, eclectic food and a variety of draft beers. This cozy, if not divey, Clarendon restaurant and bar is […]

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Press Pass: Selwyn Birchwood

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Selwyn Birchwood is the latest of several blues artists who have come through in the last 20 years with the promise of carrying on the long and storied tradition of America’s oldest original music. The 29-year-old singer-songwriter released his label debut Dont’ Call No Ambulance in June 2014 with the […]

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McLean Project for the Arts Opens Fall Class Registration

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Registration opened last week for fall classes at the McLean Project for the Arts (MPA), a non-profit visual arts center founded in 1962 to exhibit the work of emerging and established regional artists. This fall the MPA is offering twelve different art classes for adults; new classes include Abstract Drawing […]

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McLean Woman’s Club Holds Annual Kickoff Tea

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The Woman’s Club of McLean held its annual “Wintertime in August” kickoff tea on last week, to preview its 48th annual Holiday Homes Tour, which will take place in early December. This year’s tour will feature four large houses in Langley Farms, a historic McLean neighborhood just off Dolley Madison […]

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Bailey’s Crossroads Rotary Club Starts Up New Meeting

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Last week, the Bailey’s Crossroads Rotary Club (BXRC) announced their plans to open a new meeting venue, according to a press release from the BXRC. According to the release, BXRC aims to bring the benefits of Rotary International to the faculty and staff of J.E.B. Stuart High School by starting […]

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America’s War With Its Dark Side, Part 1

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How painfully ironic that in the so-called “war on terrorism,” the U.S. finds itself at war with its own dark side. That is, most of the enemy terrorist configurations in the world trace back to horribly cynical western intelligence operations, especially the CIA, that remain in place to fester and […]

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J.E.B. Stuart Assistant Principal Speaks to FC Rotary Club

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J.E.B. Stuart assistant principal Shawn DeRose spoke to the Falls Church Rotary Club at their Aug. 21 dinner meeting at Harvest Moon. From left to right, J.E.B. Stuart’s Rotary Interact faculty sponsor Jim Holcombe, Falls Church Rotary Club Greg Viola II, DeRose and Rotary Interact liaison Doug Dreyer are shown […]

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Mason High School Grad Earns Academic Accolades

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Abby Johansen, a 2011 graduate of George Mason High School and five year member of the Mustangs’ lacrosse program, was named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Roll last week. According to a press release announcing the academic honors, Johansen, who plays defense for Old Dominion […]

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FCCPS Seeks Transportation Employees

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Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) is looking for qualified applicants to join their transportation team, according to the FCCPS website. FCCPS currently has openings for school bus drivers, substitute bus/activity drivers, a non-car CDL driver for special needs students and a bus aide, according to the website. All of […]

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F.C. Students Make the Dean’s List at George Mason U

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Several students from Falls Church have been named to the dean’s list at George Mason University for the spring 2014 semester. Miroslawa Rama, Chehnaz Rehayem, George Reyes, Luke Richardson, Heidi Rivera, Juan Rodas, Shannon Rodock, Tanya Rodriguez, Eleyni Rodriguez, Charlotte Rohrer, Jose Rosal, Lucy Ruggiero, Hiwote Sahilu, Worachet Sakprayoonpong, Samuel […]

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